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ABOUT US​

We are positioning ourselves to carry a full line of value added game meat products to the global market with the capabilities of been able to trade our raw materials while acquiring stakes in our processors –  Is what we do today. Read more on how we got here.

DID YOU KNOW ?

Duck

Contrary to popular belief, duck meat can be included in a well-balanced healthy diet. Duck meat has a high content of phosphorus and zinc, and is a very good source of protein, vitamin A, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin B12, pantothenic acid, iron, copper and selenium.

Lamb

Lamb, a healthy choice for eating meats high in vitamins and minerals. Although it is high in saturated fat, research shows that eating lamb it reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease in old age due to high zinc content. Not only is lamb delicious, it helps keep a healthy immune system.

Deer

Deer meat in general is lower in fat, cholesterol and calories than other meats. It is also a better source of vitamins than most meats. This is appealing to consumers looking for an alternative to more traditional beef and chicken.

Rabbit

Rabbit meat is a good source of Protein and Vitamin B12, Niacin, Iron, Phosphorus and Selenium. Rabbit meat is also considered a better health option owing to its low-fat, low-cholesterol benefits, as compared to other white meat. As well, because the meat is easily digested, rabbit has been suggested to people who have trouble digesting other meats to keep the protein in their diet.

Bison

Adding bison to your diet can help meet recommended daily intakes of multiple vitamins and nutrients. Bison contributes about 69% more iron to your diet per serving than beef. Bison contains essential fatty acids, linoleic omega 3 and omega 6 which are necessary for the human digestive system.

Turkey

Turkey is a good source of riboflavin, phosphorus, and protein. Cooking turkey with the skin keeps the natural juices and the fat inside. To reduce fat you may remove the skin before consuming.

Kobe Style Beef

Beef is produced from cattle on ranches with an abundance of fresh water to drink, clean air to breathe, the finest barley to eat, and in a hormone free, very healthy environment.  This ensures only the highest quality of beef.  This quality of cattle produce Quality Marbled Beef product from Japanese WAGYU / KOBE cattle and crossed with the best of North America Domestic cattle to supply the consumer with an outstanding and enjoyable beef eating experience.


NATURAL - GAME - ORGANIC

Natural

By diversifying your eating habits, you can help restore the natural growth process for animals. Imagine the entire world consuming chicken all in the same day, how many chickens needs to be reached maturity at such a fast pace to meet demands but if you start diversify your eat such that Turkey on Sunday, Fish on Monday, Beef on Wednesday, Vegetable on Thursday, Deer on Friday, Chicken on Saturday or by simply alter your meat protein within the three daily meal. You could simply do a Game Sausage for Breakfast, Beef or Chicken Burger or Salad for Lunch and a Lamb or Turkey for Dinner.

Game

To be mankind’s livelihood but only comes to you with easy access through a company like Berbician. Fishing, Farming and hunting were the trends of natives live but with disappearance of older trends and the prediction of human life to get much more busier towards faster evolution or the end as to some might say, Berbican is up to speed to ensure this important diet does not disappear.

Organic

Not excluding but where necessary some of our products could be completely or partially consider being organic but simply consulting with us first to verify. We can speed up the restoration of organic farming and restore wealth to the poor by helping to promote employment and investment through the supply chain by empowering small farmers to grow more natural products on smaller scale while producers are forced to by organic animals through your demand.

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